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Gender Studies Student Awards

 

Mary Elizabeth Owens Dailey scholarship: "The Bessie"

Consideration for this scholarship shall be given to an Indiana State University student(s) who meets the following criteria:

  • students must have completed his/her/their first academic year at Indiana State University - this award shall be for expenses in the subsequent year

  • student(s) must have demonstrated a significant interest in and dedication to the goals and purposes of the Gender Studies Program at Indiana State University

Scholarship may be renewed annually for up to two years.

Selection Procedure: Recipients of "The Bessie" shall be selected based on the criteria and on the recommendations of a scholarship committee appointed by Gender Studies

Each recipient will receive a plaque or certificate, as well as a copy of Louis E. Dailey's book, Justice Off-Balance, as long as copies are available.

2008:  Analyssa Noe

2009:  Analyssa Noe

2010: Jennifer Wallace

2011:  Elizabeth Smit

2013:  Hannah Brant

2014:  Kaylee Jo Fox

2015:  Sierra Stein

2016:  Sierra Stein

Outstanding SENIOR

May, 2009: Sadie Davis (was also Student Commencement Speaker)

April, 2010:  Analyssa Noe

April, 2011:  Rachel Rose

April, 2012:  Jennifer Michels

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2013:  Hanna Brant

2014:  Wesley Burcham

2015:  Hanna Brant

2016:  Cassandra Willis

 

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2009
"The Bessie" Recipient
Analyssa Noe
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2009
Outstanding Senior
Sadie Davis &
Presenter Prof.
Veanne Anderson
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2009
Coordinator's Award
Jenna Butler
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2008
Reception
Prof. Darlene Hantzis
 

 

Graduating students are eligible for several Awards: Outstanding Student, Coordinator's Award, and "The Bessie". Faculty nominate students for these honors, which are presented at an end-of-semester event in the Spring. For more information, see Scholarships & Awards.

2008
2008
Outstanding Senior
Nicole Christlieb
2008
2008
Graduates
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2008
Reception
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2008
"The Bessie"
Recipient: Analyssa Noe

 

The Gender Studies Program has exposed me to a vast number of diversity-related issues. These issues have challenged my thinking and have altered the way I learn inside and outside the classroom. (Laura Wolk, communication major, gender studies minor)